Here are Worst celeb camel toes caught on camera and how to avoid the fashion fail

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Famous ladies can’t seem to stop flashing their camel toes in curve-clinging outfits, but there’s a secret weapon they could be using to avoid this crime against fashion.

Enter the Cuchini: the crotch cleavage guard you never knew you needed.

With the tagline “our lips are sealed” the nifty invention prevents style mishaps by fitting snugly in knickers or bikini bottoms.

But how does it work? The Cuchini is a reusable nude triangular pad that fixes into undergarments thanks to some double-sided fashion tape.

It was invented in the nineties by Christy Sugrue and Kelly Heyniger who were sick of men commenting on their unsightly camel toes when they were on the beach in Florida.

They explain on their website that it’s a “comfortable and confidence boosting solution to this all too common problem”.

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GUARDED: The Cuchini fixes into your undergarments to stop camel toes

The product has been featured on reality TV shows like Keeping Up With The Kardashians and pageant series Game Of Crowns.

In one episode of Game Of Crowns, contestant Lynne Diamante pointed out why women need Cuchini.

She said: “If you’re in a swimsuit competition, the swimsuit competition suits are usually tiny and tight.

“The judges are below you and the audiences is below you.

“Anatomically, you have the potential to have a camel toe. I’m sorry, but that’s how life is.”

But her fellow competitor thinks there’s another way to fix the fashion faux pas.

Vanassa Sebastian said: “You know, if your labia is hanging down to your ankles, you need to see a plastic surgeon, not order a Cuchini.”

If you can’t live without a Cuchini in your life any longer, you pick up a two-pack for $19.95 (£13.78).

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